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U.S. Jewish Population

October 13, 2002

Re "A Clouded View of U.S. Jews," Oct. 9: It is not surprising that two studies of the same subject produced such widely different results. One study showed the Jewish population in the U.S. declined in the past decade while another showed a rather healthy increase. It brings to mind the old Jewish joke: "If you have two Jews in a room you have three opinions." Jews still represent about 2% of the U.S. population regardless of the specific results of different studies.

Sol Taylor

Sherman Oaks

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